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Welcome to the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast, part of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. The Diocese of Miami is led by His Grace Bishop Nicholas and includes more than 35 churches and missions in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

 

Diocese of Miami Hosts Successful First Annual SOYO Fall Retreat

The pink team during Glow in the Dark Capture the FlagThe pink team during Glow in the Dark Capture the Flag

As a teen of this current generation, it’s hard for me to find other people my age that I can connect to and understand on a spiritual level. There are very few places where I feel completely accepted and where I am surrounded by friends who I know will always understand me. These places are at camp, and at conventions and retreats. With these events, I am only able to see my friends who come from all over the southeastern region twice a year, which I think everyone would agree, is not enough.

This is why when Bishop Nicholas proposed the idea of an annual fall retreat to the SOYO board, our immediate response was "Yes!" Anyone who has talked to Bishop Nicholas knows that he loves Teen SOYO. Many would describe him as a teen himself, from the way he uses our slang and taps people on the opposite shoulder, to joking around with all of us. Bishop Nicholas, including many others, know that we teens are the future of the Church.

St. George Order of St. Ignatius Hosts Orthodox Christian Professionals Reception

With gratitude and joy, the Order of Saint Ignatius at Saint George Cathedral in Coral Gables, Florida, hosted the first ever Orthodox Christian Professionals Wine and Cheese Reception on Thursday, September 20, in the Cathedral Hall. The evening was a grand success, thanks be to God!

A great display of cheeses and wine arrayed the tables at this charity fundraiser event which featured as Keynote Speaker, the Commissioner of the White House Fellows Commission and son of Saint George Cathedral, Mr. Justin Sayfie. Also in attendance were the Honorable Raul Valdes-Fauli, Mayor of Coral Gables, and other dignitaries, friends, and supporters of Saint George Cathedral.

Saint George Cathedral Celebrates 65 Years

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Saint George Cathedral in Coral Gables, Florida celebrated "65 Years of Legacy and Growth" at the Annual Saint George Love Ball on Saturday, May 12, 2018. The black tie event—the annual fundraising gala for the Cathedral—was sold out, bringing together the community to celebrate this momentous occasion. The Love Ball was designed to celebrate many wonderful occasions. To name a few: the patronal Feast of Saint George, the 2018 graduates of middle school, high school, and college, Mothers' Day, the honorees of the Dean's Certificate of Distinguished Service, and the Cathedral's highest award, the Medal of Merit.

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